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Tiger Airways to Resume Krabi Flights

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Tiger Airways is to resume operations to Thailandís paradise resort of Krabi four times a week with effect from the end of October this year.

 Ticket sales have started with fares from just Sin$20 (one way, excluding taxes and charges) for travel from 25 October 2005 onwards.

Krabi is the airlineís third destination in Thailand and represents the fifth new destination launched by Tiger Airways in 2009, bringing the Tiger Airways network to 37 routes across Asia Pacific.

Rosalynn Tay, Tiger Airways Singapore Managing Director, said, ďSince we first operated to Krabi in 2005, it has been a very popular holiday destination. We have received numerous requests for us to resume our services to Krabi. Iím delighted to tell all Tiger customers that we have listened to their requests and are now able to add Krabi to our fast growing network of exciting destinations across the Asia Pacific region. Krabi has a fantastic heritage of being one of the regionís most popular tourism centers. We are working closely with the local tourism and hospitality industries in Thailand to ensure that the start of the popular low fares service of Tiger Airways will have a huge impact on the number of visitors to Krabi.Ē

Tiger Airways, Singaporeís largest and most popular low fare airline currently flies to 31 cities in nine countries (Singapore, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Macau SAR, China, the Philippines and Indonesia).

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